The term "performing arts" first appeared in the English language in the year 1711.The Performing arts include the dance, music, and opera, theater, and circus arts. In a performing art the artist's uses ones own body, face and presence as a medium to convey their art. The performing art can be either a live show or a recorded program to be delivered to the audience in both the cases. Thus these artists are called as performers. Performing arts are also supported by workers in related fields, such as songwriting and stagecraft. The art of using properties is called as a plastic art and most of the performing arts use property to display their show. Performers often adapt their appearance, such as with costumes and stage makeup, etc.Infact dance was often referred to as a plastic art during the Modern dance era.
A person considering a career in music should have a genuine love for music, a musical sense, which means a sense of time and rhythm, besides versatility, creative ability and also stage confidence. But making a career out of this talent demands regular devoted practice. Music is widely classified into classical, folk, jazz, pop, fusion etc.The growing popularity of the music channels and corporate sponsorship of musical events has all made music big business. Today with music getting into the league of big business, there are lists of careers one can choose from in the Music Industry. Besides becoming a performer one can become a teacher, a composer, music publisher, music journalist etc.Dance is an age old art which are typical to certain parts of the country and these these are based on ancient dance discipline. Dance is an extremely intricate art requiring skill, hard work and discipline. Dance themes are derived from mythology, folklore, legends and classical literature. There are number of divisions of dance like classical, folk forms, western etc.Careers in this field can be that of a performer, teacher and choreographer.Theatre or theater is the branch of the performing arts concerned with acting out stories in front of an audience using combinations of speech, gesture, music, dance, sound and spectacle - indeed any one or more elements of the other performing arts.
A particular talent and passion does not necessarily make a good career choice. It is important to get the facts on whatever occupation you choose. Here are some resources to help you learn more about careers in music, dance, and theater.
Here is a list of articles where each has its own the nature of the work, working conditions, employment outlook, education and training, and earnings for that occupation:
• Actors, Directors, and Producers
• Dancers and Choreographers
• Performing Arts and Entertainment
(born July 19, 1941, in El Paso, Texas as Florencia Bisenta de Casillas Martinez Cardona) is an American singer who has performed in a variety of music genres, including jazz, pop and country, but has enjoyed her greatest success singing in Spanish.
After taking the stage name "Vikki Carr" the singer signed with Liberty Records in 1962.In 1966 she toured Vietnam with actor/comedian Danny Kaye. The following year her album It Must Be Him was nominated for three Grammy Awards. The title track reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States in 1967. She had two other songs make the U.S. Top 40: 1968's "The Lesson" and 1969's "With Pen in Hand". Around this time, Dean Martin called her "the best girl singer in the business". Carr had 10 singles which made the U.S. pop charts and 13 albums which made the U.S. pop album charts. In 1968, she taped six specials for London Weekend TV. In 1970, she was named "Woman of the Year" by the Los Angeles Times. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1981. Carr also achieved the rare feat of singing for five presidents during her career: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, and Bill Clinton.
In the 1980s and 1990s Carr had enormous success in the Latin music world, winning Grammy Awards for Best Mexican-American Recording in 1985 for the album Simplemente Mujer; for Latin Pop Album in 1992 for the disc Cosas del Amor; and for Best Mexican-American Recording in 1995 for Recuerdo a Javier Solis. She also received Grammy nominations for the discs Brindo a La Vida, Al Bolero, A Ti (1993) and Emociones (1996). Her numerous Spanish-language hit singles include "Total," "Disc�lpame," "D�jame," "Hay Otro en Tu Lugar," "Esos Hombres," "Mala Suerte" and "Cosas del Amor." The latter song spent more than two months at No. 1 on the U.S. Latin charts in 1991, her biggest Spanish-language U.S. hit. Her Spanish-language albums have been certified gold and platinum in Mexico, Chile, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Colombia and Ecuador.
In recent years, she taped a PBS TV special, Vikki Carr: Memories, Memorias (1999}, in which she performed popular bilingual tunes from the 1940s and 1950s. Her guests were Pepe Aguilar, Arturo Sandoval and Jack Jones. In 2001, she released a bilingual holiday album, The Vikki Carr Christmas Album. In 2002, she appeared to great acclaim in a Los Angeles production of the Stephen Sondheim musical Follies, which also featured Hal Linden, Patty Duke and Harry Groener. In 2006, Carr made a cameo appearance in a straight-to-video thriller called Puerto Vallarta Squeeze. In 2008, Carr hosted a PBS TV special, Fiesta Mexicana, which celebrated the music and dance of mexico.
Mary Frances "Debbie" Reynolds (born April 1, 1932) is an Academy Award-nominated American actress, singer, and dancer.
Reynolds was born Mary Frances Reynolds in El Paso, Texas, the second child of Maxine N.and Raymond Francis Reynolds (1903-1986), who was a carpenter for Southern Pacific ailroad.Reynolds was a Girl Scout and a troop leader. A scholarship in her name is offered to high-school age Girl Scouts. Her family moved to Burbank, California, in 1939. While a student at John Burroughs High School, at age sixteen, Reynolds won the Miss Burbank Beauty Contest, a motion picture contract with Warner Brothers, and acquired her new first name.
Reynolds won the National Board of Review Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1956 for her role in The Catered Affair. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), a Golden Globe for The Debbie Reynolds Show on television (1970), a Golden Globe for the motion picture Mother (1996), and a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for In & Out (1997). In 1997, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy.
Reynolds' foot and hand prints are preserved at the Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood. She also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6654 Hollywood Boulevard. In November 2006, Reynolds received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" from Chapman University in Orange, California. On May 17, 2007, she was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she had contributed for many years to the film studies program. In her acceptance speech, she referred to the University as "Nevahda...Arizona"
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